I was very confused on the main appointment with the tour. Initially, the person who worked at the facility and took us on the tour was concerned about my mother's Dementia and what age she was at and so on. After a while, I said to them that I don't think this would be a facility that could meet my mother's needs. After that, they kept trying to assure me that they could, but because of their initial concerns, I had to say no. It just wouldn't work. Without even meeting her or evaluating her, I guess they were trying to say upfront that she would have to be able to tend for herself. Even in terms of getting the medication, it wasn't given to them in their room, and the residents would have to line up in a certain place. It seems they had more like a senior citizen's hotel than an assisted living. I would not recommend it at all, and the reason being is it could be a place that may not be able to run the gamut of meeting every need. But the thing that bothered me is that initially they seem almost overly concerned that my mom could not do certain things by herself. Then they did an about face and called me back. They acted like I misunderstood them which I'm sure I didn't. They tried to come back and re-convince me that they would be a facility that could handle my mom's needs after they literally were almost talking us out of it. I think is a dangerous thing. Had I believed that they could handle her needs, I'm sure that I would have to move her out. If they had stated even initially and stuck to it that they are not equipped to handle Dementia patients, then I would have respected that, but the fact that they did an about face to get somebody's business upsets me.